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Mexico Currency

ISO 4217 code
MXN
Central bank
Bank of Mexico
 Website
www.banxico.org.mx
User(s)
Mexico
Inflation
3.97% (December
2013)
 Source
Banco de Mexico,
December 2008
Subunit
 1/100
centavo
Symbol
$ or Mex$
centavo
¢
Nickname
varos, morlacos,
lucas, papiros,
marimba, varonil, Sor
Juana ($200 pesos
note), devaluados,
billullos, villancicos,
benitos, villanos, del
águila, bolas, fierros
Coins
 Freq. used
50¢, $1, $2, $5, $10
 Rarely used
5¢, 10¢, 20¢, $20, $50,
$100
Banknotes
 Freq. used
$20, $50, $100, $200,
$500
 Rarely used
$1000
Printer
Bank of Mexico
 Website
www.banxico.org.mx
Mint
Casa de Moneda de
México
 Website
www.cmm.gob.mx
The peso (sign: $; code:
MXN) is the currency of
Mexico. Modern peso
and dollar currencies
have a common origin in
the 15th–19th century
Spanish dollar, most
continuing to use its
sign, "$".[1] The Mexican
peso is the 8th most
traded currency in the
world, the third most
traded in the Americas
(after the United
States dollar and
Canadian dollar), and the
most traded currency in
Latin America.[2]
The current ISO 4217
code for the peso is
MXN; prior to the 1993
revaluation (see below),
the code MXP was used.
The peso is subdivided
into 100 centavos,
represented by "¢". As
of January 27, 2014 the
peso's exchange rate
was $18.3763 per euro
and $13.4408 per U.S.
dollar


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